The former Liverpool and Manchester United attacker believes that there has never been a footballer with as many weapons as the Real Madrid icon
By Charles Ong
Goal 50 winner Cristiano Ronaldo is the most complete player of all time, according to ex-Liverpool, Manchester United and England frontman Michael Owen.
On Monday, superstar Ronaldo claimed the third Goal 50 of his career following another magnificent season where he led Real Madrid to Champions League and Copa del Rey glory - scoring 51 club goals in the process.
"As a complete player, I will say he is probably the best ever," Owen told Goal.
"He is fast, scores goals, he is both footed, he has skills and can score with his head.
"He is also strong and plays every game so he is durable. There isn’t anything he can't do."
Owen discussed a wide range of other issues, which you can watch in the video above - including Luis Suarez's biting controversy and the brilliance of Arjen Robben and Gareth Bale.
Owen scored 163 club goals during his professional career, and also struck 40 times in 89 games for his country - playing at three World Cups and two European Championships.
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